Happy Diwali 2021: Wishes, greetings, images to share with friends & family
The most-awaited festival of Diwali, which is also known as Deepawali, is here and festivities are on top across the country.
This Hindu ‘festival of lights’ and is celebrated over a period of 5 days with great fervor, as people decorate their homes with diyas and lights, offering prayers to Goddess Lakshmi, making rangolis, bursting firecrackers, offering sweets and wishes to friends and family.
Here we’ve listed some lovely wishes and greetings with images that you can share with your loved ones to shower them in blessings and show your love and affection this Diwali.
- Happiness is in the air because it is the ambiance of Diwali, which is everywhere. Shower love, care, and joy on everyone you meet. Rejoice on this blessed occasion and spread sparkles of peace and goodwill. Have a Happy Diwali!
- May the beauty of the Deepavali season fill your home with happiness, and may the coming year provide you with all that brings you joy. Happy Diwali!
- May Maa Lakshmi shower you with her choicest blessings and may you get rid of all your sorrows and agony this Diwali.Happy Diwali!
- May Maa Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth shower you with the riches. Here’s wishing you and your family ahead of Diwali 2020!
- On Diwali, may you get tons of blessings from Goddess Lakshmi. Happy Diwali!
- May the light of diyas fill your home with wealth, happiness, and success that brings you joy! Wish your entire family a very Happy Diwali!
- Wish you and your family a sparkling and delightful Diwali!
- Light over darkness, hope or despair, and the victory of good over evil in the world. Happy Diwali!
- Shine like sparkles, glow like candles and burn all the negativity like crackers. Wish you a happy and cheerful Diwali!
- Red, blue, green, yellow; not one but all are my favourites. But the most favourite one is the bright colourful lamp of Diwali. Wish you a very colourful & bright Diwali!
- As sweet as mithai, as beautiful as lights and flowers, may your Diwali be as lit as you. A very happy Diwali 2020!
- A festival full of sweetness, a sky full of fireworks, a mouth full of sweets, a house full of diyas and a heart full of enjoyment. Have a safe and happy Deepawali this year!
- Just like the colours of rangoli, hope this Diwali brings new smiles, undiscovered avenues, and different perspectives and unbound happiness. Have a wonderful Diwali and a great year ahead!
- May the beauty of Diwali season fill your home with happiness, and may the coming year provide you with all that brings you joy!
- Candles to enjoy life; Decorations to light life; Presents to share success; firecrackers to burn evils; Sweets to sweeten success, and worship to thank God! Wish you a joyous and prosperous Diwali!
- May the light of diyas take away all your sorrows and fill your life with new light and hope. Wishing you and your family a very happy Diwali!
- This Diwali I pray for good health for our family, our friends and blessings of God lifetime. Happy Diwali!
- May these fireworks burn away all our troubles, problems and sorrows, and may these light up our life with happiness, joy, and peace this wonderful Diwali.
- Let’s celebrate the festival in the true sense by spreading joy and light up the world of others. Have a happy, safe, and blessed Diwali!
- With the shining of diyas and the echoes of the chants, may prosperity and happiness of this festival of lights fill our lives.
- Just like the colours of rangoli, hope this Diwali brings new smiles, undiscovered avenues, and different perspective and unbound happiness. Have a wonderful Diwali and a great New Year!
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